Medical literature does not list “mosquito paralysis” as a condition. Many diseases that humans can contract from mosquitoes can cause symptoms that impact the nervous system, but these are not usually characterized as paralysis directly caused by mosquito bites.
On the other hand, viruses like the West Nile virus, Eastern equine encephalitis virus, and other arboviruses can be spread by mosquitoes. In rare and severe cases, these viruses can cause encephalitis, or inflammation of the brain, which can result in neurological damage or symptoms like paralysis or muscle weakness.
That’s a different matter entirely if you’re talking about paralysis in the mosquitoes themselves. Although research have been conducted on the effects of specific conditions or diseases on mosquito motility and their capacity to paralyze them, these findings are not directly related to human health.
If you meant something different when you said “mosquito paralysis,” or if you’re having any health problems that you think are related to a mosquito bite, please elaborate or get medical help from a professional.